Map of Port Shepstone, KwaZulu Natal
Port Shepstone Map - Port Shepstone detail and street level map showing the proximity of Port Shepstone to Umtentweni and Olso Beach, some attractions and landmarks in Port Shepstone including the Port Shepstone Country Club. Port Shepstone is one of the largest towns of the KwaZulu Natal South Coast. Port Shepstone is a popular tourist destination and offers a diversity of attractions and activities and boasts unspoiled sandy beaches with warm waters rich in marine life. For additional information please visit Port Shepstone Information.
If you are interested in overnighting in the area, we can recommend some great hotels, guest houses and self catering establishments. Find them at Port Shepstone Accommodation. If you're only planning on driving through Port Shepstone, en-route to another destination, you may want to peruse our Port Shepstone Restaurants before you leave to see if you should plan a stop here for lunch or maybe just a coffee. Also check out Port Shepstone Things To Do to see if there are any activities for which you would consider stopping.
Featured Attractions in (or near) Port Shepstone
The Oribi Gorge Nature Reserve is a wonderfully scenic area offering excellent hiking opportunities. The area boasts cliffs and forests and spectacular hiking trails and picnic sites. Wildlife in the Oribi Gorge consists of many antelope, although the oribi (after which the gorge is named) is rarely seen ... more information
Port Shepstone's golf course is one of the most popular along the South Coast and is well supported by local and overseas visitors alike. The course has recently undergone major changes - new greens on the 7th and 16th, water added to the 12th and the 15th where an island has been developed to promote... more information
The Sardine Run is an annual migration of sardines along South Africa's east coast, between May and July. These tiny fish migrate from the cold waters of the Cape to seek the warmer, sub-tropical waters of KwaZulu-Natal. Sardines are cold-water fish. They like to remain in cold, nutrient-rich waters... more information
Blue Flag certification started as an environmental and tourism campaign in Europe to assure visitors that certified beaches are clean, safe and environmentally sound. Blue Flag status is only awarded to those beaches that achieve excellence in water quality, environmental education and ... more information
From the bridge that crosses the iVungu River at Uvongo a nature reserve stretches upstream, created to protect the throng of riverine birds that make the area their home. Although a small reserve, the 28 hectare Uvongo River Nature Reserve boasts such rarities as the buff-spotted ... more information
The Wild Coast Sun Country Club is a rugged beauty of a course. Carts are compulsory but this does not detract from the competitive challenge. The course may be a daunting challenge for professionals and amateurs alike but its wide fairways and huge greens, attract golfers of all levels. A first glance at the ... more information